5 edition of British butchers and bunglers of World War One found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||D546 .L34 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 214 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||92018632|
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British Butchers and Bunglers of World War One First Edition by John Laffin (Author)4/5(16). British Butchers & Bunglers of World War One.
For too long, Dr John Laffin maintains, the military reputation of British Generals in World War I has not been examined critically enough, and he asks how those responsible for catastrophic defeats were able to retain their commands/5.
John Laffin's book is bad history. Nowhere does he constrast the problems facing the French at Verdun with and the British on the Somme.
Laffin does not have a basic understanding of the military situation in In fact, its important to point out that John Laffin does not have a history degree/5(5). British Butchers & Bunglers of World War One by John Laffin () [John Laffin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
British Butchers & Bunglers of World War One by John Laffin (). None of these works are reflected in the new version of British Butchers and Bunglers. This is a book which has passed into legend, its very title used by revisionist historians of the First World War to stand for an entire genre of 'lions led by donkeys' books whose day has now passed.
Truely Butchers. Published by User, 14 years ago. This book goes into great detail of the incompetence of the British high command in World War I. It tells of the sufferings of the British troops in the muddy trenches and the indifference of the British generals to /5(5).
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK British butchers and bunglers of World War One Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. British butchers and bunglers of World War One by Laffin, John. Publication date TopicsPages: This book has got the sort of title - "British Butchers" - that ordinarily I would not be particularly attracted to, as it sounds like some sort of anti-war 'rant', probably a pacifist tract, as were so many books about World War One, or "The Great War", as it was known in its day, and as it still is known in Europe/5.
I am currently working on a history project on the topic of the battle of the somme and I have found that british butchers and bunglers of world war one is a book that contains the most biased book with sometimes almost child-like insults of Generals who /5(8).
Butchers and Bunglers is an intensely personal book. It is born of Laffin’s childhood, and the memories – and scars – carried by his parents, both of whom were nurses in the Australian Army Nursing Service .